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Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
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Figure 36-16. Select the tasks to delegate or choose to create a custom task.
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11 On the Permissions page, shown in Figure 36-17, you can select the levels of permissions to delegate for the previously selected objects. You can choose to allow Full Control over the object or objects, or you can delegate very specific permissions.
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Figure 36-17. Specify the permissions to delegate for the previously selected objects.
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Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
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Managing Users, Groups, and Computers
Managing Domain User Accounts. . . . 1227 Managing User Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . 1249 Managing User Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1256 Mantaining User Accounts . . . . . . . . . . 1263 Managing Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1268 Managing Computer Accounts . . . . . . . 1276
As an administrator, managing users, groups, and computers will probably be a significant part of your duties and responsibilities. Managing users, groups, and computers encapsulates the important duties of a system administrator because of the way convenience, performance, fault tolerance, and security must be balanced.
Managing Domain User Accounts
Microsoft Windows operating systems have come a long way from Microsoft Windows NT 4 when all you had was User Manager for Domains, two default users on installation, and only global and local groups. Managing users in Windows Server 2003 can be a daunting task for Windows NT administrators. Yet, when moving from Microsoft Windows 2000, there is little difference in the handling of users. The next part of this chapter is dedicated to helping you plan, manage, and administer user accounts in a secure and efficient manner.
Types of Users
It is a good idea to have a solid grasp of fundamental concepts that underpin the managing of users. In the first part of the chapter, I will describe the types of users Microsoft Windows Server 2003 defines.
User
In Windows Server 2003, you can have local user accounts or domain user accounts. On a domain controller, local users and groups are disabled. In Active Directory, the domain user account contains username, password, the groups of which the user is a member, and other descriptive information, such as address and phone numbers, as well as many other user descriptions and attributes, such as security and remote control configurations. InetOrgPerson is a new type of user in Windows Server 2003. InetOrgPerson has attributes based on Request for Comments (RFC) 2798 such as vehicle license number, department number, display name, employee number, JPEG
InetOrgPerson
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out photograph, and preferred language. Used by X.500 and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory services, the InetOrgPerson account is used when you migrate non-Microsoft LDAP directories to Active Directory. Derivative of the user class, the InetOrgPerson can be used as a security principal. The InetOrgPerson is compatible with X.500 and LDAP directory services.
Contact
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Sometime you may want to create an account that will only be used as an e-mail account. This is when you would create a contact. It is not a Security Principal and does not have a Security ID (SID). There are neither passwords nor logon functionality available with a contact account. However, it can be a member of a distribution group. These are the built-in user accounts created when a Windows Server 2003 installation or stand-alone server is configured to be a domain controller and Active Directory is installed. It is a good idea to rename the Administrator account for security reasons. The default user accounts are found by opening Active Directory Users And Computers, then examining the contents of the Builtin and Users containers. They include the following accounts:
Default user accounts
Administrator This is the account that has full control over the computer or domain. You should have a very strong password for this account. The Administrator is a member of these groups: Administrators, Domain Admins, Domain Users, and Group Policy Creator Owners. In a forest root domain, the Administrator is also a member of the Enterprise Admins and Schema Admins groups. The Administrator account can never be deleted. However, you can disable it (which is a new feature for Windows Server 2003) or rename it. Either of these actions is a good practice to ensure a secure domain and network. Guest The Guest account does not require a password and can be used by users who don t have an account in the domain. It is a member of the Guests domain local group and the Domain Guests global group. The Guest account is disabled by default when you make a stand-alone Windows Server 2003 server a domain controller. HelpAssistant This account is a dynamic object created when a Remote Assistance session is started, and is deleted by the Remote Desktop Help Session Manager service when there is no session pending or active.
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